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by The Homeless Bones
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Crystall Ball, The Queen of the Mountain (version en castellano), Dream Drop, The Town, The Harp Man, Rachel (live)
Topics: Rock, Homeless Bones, Copyleft, open music
German Cinema from Lutz Mommartz
by Lutz Mommartz
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eye 116,533
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With Renate Meves and Gerd Hübinger. A woman looks during lovemaking to the viewer. "Way to the neighbor" is a ten-minute opus that Lutz Mommartz commented as follows: "A women communicates with the audience." More, in fact, does not happen. The devoted rapture in the face of the actor lets the viewer imagine that this is not a compulsory exercise, but a pleasurable freestyle happening. Lutz Mommartz is the purist among German filmmakers. His scenes focus on the basic...
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Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Renate Meves, Gerd Hübinger.
Prelinger Archives
by Educational Film Institute of New York University and Documentary Film Productions, Inc.
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favorite 49
comment 18
Educating the children of Appalachia. Director: Willard Van Dyke. Script: Spencer Pollard. Photography: Bob Churchill. Narration: Myron McCormick. Editor: Irving Lerner. Music: Fred Stewart.
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Topics: Education, Appalachia, Rural America
Prelinger Archives
by U.S. War Department
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favorite 167
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Admonishes Americans that they will lose their country if they let fanaticism and hatred turn them into "suckers." "Let's forget about 'we' and 'they' -- let's think about us!" In the context of the emerging Cold War, this film appears paradoxical.
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Topics: Prejudice, Cold War, Racism